A Bold New Beginning
The Loraine first opened its historic doors in 1906 as part of the tri-centenniel celebration of the founding of Jamestown.
Once a European-style boutique hotel with grand entryways, luxurious finishes and enormously over sized rooms,
this elegant structure has been lavishly restored to preserve its grandeur and charm for modern day sophisticates.
Begin your chapter inside this local landmark's impeccable walls when you come home to The Loraine.
Style You've Dreamed About
We've carefully restored every inch of The Loraine's striking 7 stories to preserve it's flawless architecture while modernizing it's opulent features.
Stroll through our astonishing, first floor lobby with sweeping ceilings and stunning chandeliers before whisking away to your beautifully re-imagined
space above the city lights. Kick back and relax, you've mastered the art of living, at last.
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Smart, Stylish, Sophisticated
Indulge at Home
Cozy up with a glass of wine and good friends inside our posh clubhouse, decked out with a gourmet kitchen and plush, designer furniture.
Getting your workout in before work is a cinch inside our 24 hour fitness center, and if you work late hours, no worries. Our on-site management team is
happy to sign for your packages or send you tips on the best local takeout.
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Classic Charm, Modern Luxuries
Everything's Waiting for You, Downtown
Just blocks from Town Point Park, Chrysler Hall and the NorVa, you'll find your thirst for culture and entertainment quenched.
Spend your Friday evenings cozied up to the bar at Todd Jurich's Bistro, then wake up on Saturday morning to stroll the shops inside MacArthur Center Mall.
Whether you prefer to jog beside the waterfront or sweat it out inside a local yoga studio, your easy, downtown neighborhood will have you moving in all the right directions.
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Vibrant Culture in Every Direction
Fortune favors the bold. Submit your application now to be one of the first residents in this incredible piece of Norfolk history.
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